Holden blames local manufacturing for $152m loss
Holden has posted its second-biggest financial loss ever, with the high dollar and restructuring costs hurting the bottom line.
Tas firm wins $500k grant
A Tasmanian manufacturing company has been awarded nearly $500,000 to trial a new system that will improve the efficiency of electrical rail and tram lines.
New ship repair contract announced
The Federal Government has released tender documentation to the companies short-listed for a group maintenance contract on the Navy’s Adelaide class frigate fleet.
Ammunition maker celebrates 25 years of US sales
Ammunition maker Australian Munitions has celebrated 25 years of sales to the United States, and marked the milestone as a success story for the local manufacturing industry.
Robots and new tech the key to the future: CSIRO
A CSIRO whitepaper has outlined how a new breed of industrial robots and information systems could be the key to unlocking the strength of the manufacturing industry.